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Post » Sat Sep 08, 2012 11:08 pm

Ok, so, probably my laptop is the problem :)

In C2 I see a nice 1 px black line around each side of each block.
When I press play, I can see some blury black pixel around left side and not any black pixel around right side.

Maybe these images will explain more.

What I get in C2 :


What I get in FF/Chrome


I hope you can see the difference now. If not, I'm a crazy guy, haha.nordentipwel2012-09-08 23:17:06
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Post » Sun Sep 09, 2012 2:46 pm

It looks like a problem in the WebGL renderer. I'll take a look on Monday.
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Post » Sun Sep 09, 2012 2:56 pm

Allright, thanks Ashley

It's not THAT critical but it's some kind of anoying.
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Post » Tue Sep 11, 2012 9:43 am

Just a little bump Ashley (if you read this).
I've tried with another computer and everything is ok !

So, there's a problem with my laptop for sure
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Post » Tue Sep 11, 2012 10:20 am

just to throw something in I have with my Netbook. This might be your problem as well.

I have installed Windows 8 on my Netbook last weekend (not as bad as initially thought it will be) and ran into a problem that Metro told me that the resolution settings are set too low. I found out, that most Laptop Graphic cards do set a value in the registry to stretch a normal resolution to fit the laptop screen, which mostly have a non native resolution size.

This might be your problem, that your System is stretching the images in your browser to fit the screen which will result in having blurry images just on your computer but not on other.
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Post » Tue Sep 11, 2012 10:36 am

A resolution change wouldn't cause this type of distortion.
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Post » Tue Sep 11, 2012 10:40 am

It does. To run Windows 8 on my Netbook, I had to set a resolution, that is not native to my screen size (it has a weird size). After setting the resolution to a value the system supports, the desktop became stretched to fit the screen. While working in normal programs, everything looks fine, but in my installed browsers, images and text looks not weel.
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Post » Tue Sep 11, 2012 11:10 am

I have tested the .capx on two systems, neither using stretched desktops. One machine had the glitch, and the other machine displayed it correctly.

That means it's a graphics driver bug. Even if your drivers are absolutely latest and up to date (as they were on my two machines), they can still be buggy! Graphics drivers are terrible and a huge let down on the technology as a whole. We've blogged about this a lot, for example here. Let your graphics card maker know they're doing a poor job. Unfortunately there's very little we can do to fix it - if we change how games are rendered, we risk breaking it for machines which do display properly.

The machine showing the glitch had an Intel HD graphics 3000 chip. Maybe this is an issue with Intel chips only?Ashley2012-09-11 11:12:35
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Post » Tue Sep 11, 2012 11:52 am

[QUOTE=Ubivis] It does. To run Windows 8 on my Netbook, I had to set a resolution, that is not native to my screen size (it has a weird size). After setting the resolution to a value the system supports, the desktop became stretched to fit the screen. While working in normal programs, everything looks fine, but in my installed browsers, images and text looks not weel.[/QUOTE]

Well, I can't speak about Win 8 since I don't have it (and most likely never will).
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Post » Tue Sep 11, 2012 12:36 pm

Intel chip... Mmmm, I'll check my laptop when I'll get home to see if it's an Intel too.

EDIT : Yes Ashley, on my laptop I've a Intel(R) HD Graphic 4000nordentipwel2012-09-11 17:15:40
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